As vice president of the Quicken Health Group, Allison Mnookin is responsible for marketing, product management, employer relations and strategic account leadership. A new division at Intuit Inc, the Quicken Health Group is working with health plans, employers and providers to create applications that enable consumers to more effectively engage in managing their health care expenses.
Prior to joining the Quicken Health Group, Ms. Mnookin was a general manager in Intuit's Small Business Division where she was responsible for leading a portfolio of businesses - including QuickBooks financial software products, QuickBooks Point of Sale solutions for retailers, and Intuit's Checks and Supplies business - representing over $500M in revenue to the company. Ms. Mnookin also led Intuit's strategy to help small businesses grow through marketing and customer management offerings. This work included driving Intuit's acquisition of Web site company Homestead. Previously, Ms. Mnookin led product management for the QuickBooks product line, and led marketing, product management and lender relations for Quicken Loans.
Prior to joining Intuit in 1998, Ms. Mnookin held several sales and marketing positions with Oracle Corporation, including leading the business case and product management for their first e-Commerce initiative, the Oracle store.
Ms. Mnookin holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA from Harvard College. She lives in San Mateo, California with her husband and two children.